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Introduction to Lesson Study
Introduction to Lesson Study
Traveler, there is no road
Traveler, there is no road
Professional Development
Professional Development
Teachers’ Activities to Improve Instruction
Teachers’ Activities to Improve Instruction
What is a Research Lesson
What is a Research Lesson
Lesson Study
Lesson Study
Lesson Study Provides Opportunities to
Lesson Study Provides Opportunities to
Data Collected During Lesson Study
Data Collected During Lesson Study
Lesson Study
Lesson Study
Lesson Study
Lesson Study
Lesson Study
Lesson Study
Lesson Study
Lesson Study
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A Common Early Conception of Lesson Study
A Common Early Conception of Lesson Study
Current View: How Does Lesson Study Improve Instruction
Current View: How Does Lesson Study Improve Instruction
Lesson Study in the US: What Have We learned
Lesson Study in the US: What Have We learned

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Introduction to Lesson Study

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1 Introduction to Lesson Study

Introduction to Lesson Study

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0207259

2 Traveler, there is no road

Traveler, there is no road

The road is created as we walk it together. Antonio Machado

3 Professional Development

Professional Development

TRADITIONAL

RESEARCH LESSONS

Begins with answer Driven by expert Communication trainer -> teachers Relationships hierarchical Research informs practice

Begins with question Driven by participants Communication among teachers Relationship reciprocal Practice is research

By Lynn Liptak, Paterson School #2, New Jersey.

4 Teachers’ Activities to Improve Instruction

Teachers’ Activities to Improve Instruction

U.S.

JAPAN

Choose curriculum, write curriculum, align curriculum, write local standards

Plan lessons individually

Plan lessons collaboratively

Watch and discuss each other’s classroom lessons

5 What is a Research Lesson

What is a Research Lesson

Actual classroom lesson with students, watched by other teachers Planned collaboratively Brings to life a goal or vision of education Recorded: video, audio, hand written, and through student work Discussed by faculty and sometimes outside commentators

6 Lesson Study

Lesson Study

RESEARCH LESSON Actual classroom lesson; attending teachers study student thinking, learning, engagement, behavior, etc.

Planning Phase

Research Lesson

Post-Lesson Activities

Discussion of Lesson Discuss research lesson. Focus on evidence of whether the lesson promoted the long-term goals and lesson/unit goals

Discuss Long Term Goals for Students’ Academic, Social and Ethical Development

Choose Content Area and Unit Discuss Learning Goals for Content Area, Unit and Lesson

Consolidate Learning Write report that includes lesson plan, data, and summary of discussion. Refine and re-teach the lesson if desired. Or select a new focus of study.

Plan Lessons(s) that Foster Long-Term Goals and Lesson/Unit Goals

Figure 1

7 Lesson Study Provides Opportunities to

Lesson Study Provides Opportunities to

Think Deeply About Long-term Goals for Students Carefully Consider the Goals of a Particular Content Area, Unit, and Lesson Study the Best Available Lessons Plan Lessons that Bring to Life both Short-term and Long-term goals Deepen Subject Matter Knowledge Develop Instructional Knowledge Build Capacity for Collegial Learning Develop the “Eyes to See Students”

8 Data Collected During Lesson Study

Data Collected During Lesson Study

Academic Learning How did images of heated air change? Did students shift from simple counting to more flexible method? Did dramatic role-play spark higher quality and quantity of writing? In their journals, what did students write as their learnings? Motivation Percent of children who raised hands Body language, “aha” comments, shining eyes Social Behavior How many times do students refer to and build on classmates’ comments? How often do the five quietist students speak up? Are students friendly and respectful? Student Attitudes Toward Lesson What did you like and dislike about the lesson?

9 Lesson Study

Lesson Study

Collaborative planning Discuss goals for students & content Study available units & lessons Build from an existing lesson

Planning Phase

10 Lesson Study

Lesson Study

1 teacher teaches; others observe/ collect data Designed to bring to life a particular goal/ vision of education Record lesson - video, audio, student work, observation notes

Planning Phase

Research Lesson

11 Lesson Study

Lesson Study

Formally debrief lesson Share data Draw implications for lesson and teaching-learning more broadly Revise and re-teach if desired

Planning Phase

Research Lesson

Post-Lesson Activities

12 Lesson Study

Lesson Study

1. STUDY Consider long term goals for student learning and development Study curriculum and standards

2. PLAN Select or revise research lesson Do task Anticipate student responses Plan data collection and lesson

4. REFLECT Share data What was learned about students learning, lesson design, this content? What are implications for this lesson and instruction more broadly?

3. DO RESEARCH LESSON Conduct research lesson Collect data

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How does lesson study improve instruction?

Visible Features of Lesson Study Consider Goals Study Curriculum and Standards Plan and Conduct Research Lesson Collect Data Debrief Lesson Use Debrief to Inform Instruction

Instructional Improvement

14 A Common Early Conception of Lesson Study

A Common Early Conception of Lesson Study

Visible Features of Lesson Study Plan Teach Observe Discuss Etc.

Key Pathway ·Lesson Plans Improve

Instructional Improvement

15 Current View: How Does Lesson Study Improve Instruction

Current View: How Does Lesson Study Improve Instruction

Visible Features of Lesson Study Consider Goals Study Curriculum and Standards Plan and Conduct Research Lesson Collect Data Debrief Lesson Use Debrief to Inform Instruction What Else?

Result in Changes in Teaching-Learning Specific Examples: Teaching -Offer high-level task Learning -Student journals reveal thinking re: proportional reasoning

Cause Changes In: Teachers Knowledge of subject matter and its teaching General knowledge of instruction Ability to observe students Connection of daily instruction to long-term goals Motivation/willingness to improve Capacity to learn together, collegial networks Curriculum Better lessons Choice of better curricula System Changes in policy Changes in learning structures

16 Lesson Study in the US: What Have We learned

Lesson Study in the US: What Have We learned

U.S. educators Can Find Lesson Study Useful Successful and Unsuccessful Adaptations Occur The Idea of Lesson Study is Simple But the Practice Is Not Qualities of Successful Sites A learning stance Teacher leadership Hands-on experiences, such as work with Japanese practitioners

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